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Bartolomé de la Casas made the argument that Indians were subjects of the Spanish crown and should be protected, while Africans should replace them as slaves because of their idolatry.”

Liliana Obregón. International Legal Theory: Empire, Racial Capitalism and International Law. The Case of Manumitted Haiti and the Recognition Debt. Leiden Journal of International Law, 2018, 597-615.

Bartolomé de la Casas made the argument that Indians were subjects of the Spanish crown and should be protected, while Africans should replace them as slaves because of their idolatry.”